About

Julie Abery

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Julie Abery is a children’s author and former Pre-K teacher. Originally from England, she has spent half of her life living in Europe, bringing up her three (now grown up) children and experiencing new languages and cultures. She now calls Switzerland home.

Julie’s board books: Little Tiger and Little Panda were published by Amicus Ink in Spring 2019, with Little Hippo and Little Monkey following in February 2020, and in March 2021 Little Penguin and Little Zebra joined the Little Animal Friends series. Other publications include a nonfiction picture book biography entitled Yusra Swims from Creative Editions (February 2020); the true story The Old Man and the Penguin: A True Story of True Friendship, Kids Can Press (October 2020) and another nonfiction picture book Sakamoto’s Swim Club: How a Teacher Led an Unlikely Team to Victory from Kids Can Press (May 2021).

She is represented by Essie White of Storm Literary Agency. https://www.stormliteraryagency.com/julieabery

Website: https://littleredstoryshed.wordpress.com/

Twitter: @juliedawnabery

Facebook: julieabery

Instagram: @juliedawnabery

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